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A new book, co-authored by a Virginia Tech biologist, about-- well let's call it the aftermath of digestion-- made it all the way to the New York Times' best sellers list. 

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Census figures show that the number of children who live in poverty in Virginia is on the rise, and school administrators across the commonwealth are using new money from the federal government to do something about it.

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Three years ago the Pamunkey Indian Tribe gained federal recognition. Now the tribe is considering opening a casino as a step toward financial independence. But the idea is not without controversy.

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Republicans are divided about the Senate candidate at the top of their ticket in Virginia this year.

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Richmond City is working with the Attorney General’s office to relaunch an anti-violence media campaign. The campaign includes traditional outreach like billboards and TV ads. But it also relies on some more innovative approaches.

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